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Tuesday, November 2 2010

Various: Shangaan Electro

If you thought Konono No. 1 was the ultimate in high-octane African popular music, think again. This mind-altering music manages to be simultaneously hypnotic and hyper-kinetic.


Monday, November 1 2010

Squarepusher: Shobaleader One - d’Demonstrator

Squarepusher's not pop. He's not R&B or French house. I’m not sure I can dance to his music.


Sunday, October 31 2010

Brian Eno: Small Craft on a Milk Sea

The equally venerable Brian Eno and Warp Records come together for the first time, and the electronic music pioneer manages yet another astonishingly immersive creation.


Tuesday, October 26 2010

Small Black: New Chain

Small Black blends elements of shoe gaze and New Wave revivalism to often remarkable results, but sometimes get carried away by chill-wave atmospherics.


Sunday, October 17 2010

Sarah Wilson: Trapeze Project

Up-and-coming jazz musician Sarah Wilson wants to have it both ways, but a singular approach would benefit her style more.


Tuesday, October 5 2010

The Hundred in the Hands: The Hundred in the Hands

Brooklyn-based duo the Hundred in the Hands create a debut album that seeks to move your hips by borrowing from any number of electro-genres.


Monday, October 4 2010

Manu Katche: Third Round

Third Round is a rare accomplishment: an instrumental, smooth jazz album where you can actually remember the melodies and hum them later. It's also one where the reward outweighs the effort.


Saturday, October 2 2010

Polar Bear: Peepers

This isn't your father's jazz.


Tuesday, September 28 2010

Rudresh Mahanthappa & Bunky Green: Apex

The student and the master of the alto sax record together. By listening alone, it's hard to tell which is which.


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